President Biden Met Indian-American Entrepreneur Ajay Bhutoria As a Part of His Election Campaign

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, 11 May 2023, 14:03 IST
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President Biden Met Indian-American Entrepreneur Ajay Bhutoria As a Part of His Election Campaign

With the US State elections announced and set to be conducted in 2024, President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are building effective strategies to secure a second White House term.               

On account of the 2024 Presidential election campaign, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have met with the top 150 donors in the United States, including Ajay Jain Bhutoria, to discuss effective strategies for raising funds. President Biden recently announced his re-election bid, seeking a second White House term.

The Indian-American entrepreneur, Mr. Bhutoria is one of the leading fundraisers from the nation’s Democratic Party and serves as a deputy national financial chairperson of the US state. With almost 25 plus years of experience in varied sectors like domestic politics, foreign relations, and global technology, the influential leader has cultivated robust government-business relationships for almost three decades. He is a long-term supporter of President Biden.

Mr. Bhutoria's presence in the meeting is crucial owing to his indispensable role in securing Biden’s victory in 2020. The Indian-American entrepreneur is based in Silicon Valley and serves on the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (US HHS). He rallied a significant number of South Asian voters in the previous campaign and managed a large sum of funds. He holds firm ground as an advocate for immigration, education, and resolving hate crimes.

He offers his extended support to legislations proposed by the Biden administration like Inflation Reduction Act, the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, the Infrastructure Investment Jobs Act, and CHIPS and Science Act. The event was raised with careful consideration to mark a new effort in bringing in untapped donors into the fold, in addition to raising funds of about two billion USD for the upcoming election campaign.